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Offline gratlog3

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O.P. « 2008-Aug-17, 06:54 PM »
Anyone here know much about the Pommie Soccer?

Reply here if you do as I need some help with some charity bets.

Don't worry, it won't cost you anything and if we make a profit we will be able to give a couple of dollars to Legacy.

Don't get too excited as it is only a small parlay each week. :D

Offline wallym

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« 2008-Sep-26, 11:44 AM Reply #1 »

Offline OldLarsy

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« 2009-Feb-08, 05:37 AM Reply #2 »
Plenty of Betfair action in the Liverpool v Portsmouth match

Portsmouth matched between 1.31 - 1000's
Liverpool matched between 1.01 - 150's
Draw matched between 1.18 - 250's

Total matched $23,699,000

Goals
62' Portsmouth
69' Liverpool
78' Portsmouth
85' Liverpool
90' Liverpool
« Last Edit: 2009-Feb-08, 08:28 PM by OldLarsy »

Offline arakaan

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« 2009-Feb-08, 08:03 PM Reply #3 »
all I know is Villa's back to our rightful place.

Less than  2 years after getting rid of the old fart Ellis, the club has moved to where it should be as the biggest club in Englands second largest city.

23 points from last 27. haven't lost in the EPL for 3 months(nov 9).

The top 4 monopoly is over.  8-)


Offline Hillbilly

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« 2009-Feb-21, 11:18 PM Reply #4 »
Decent game on this afternoon with Chelski travelling up to play Villa. Too much latitude given to Lampard early resulted in the first goal to the visitors. Im bored as it gets so have taken a line on Chelsea 2-0, the draw and Chelsea 4 goals or more. The second goal almost hit the net then at the 30 min mark.

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« 2009-Feb-21, 11:22 PM Reply #5 »
Villa slam the crossbar from a very dodgy free kick. Justice prevails!

Offline OldLarsy

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« 2009-Feb-21, 11:31 PM Reply #6 »
Tell me about it, I was screaming, i've backed Chelsea half time result  :sweat:

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« 2009-Feb-22, 12:07 AM Reply #7 »
Well done OL, you got the cash there.

Now just one more goal to anyone and I'm in business.  :shy: :sweat:

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« 2009-Feb-22, 12:41 AM Reply #8 »
A very lacklustre second half. Oh well off to Kempton for the sticks. No title challengers among that pair of teams.

Offline OldLarsy

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« 2009-Feb-22, 12:45 AM Reply #9 »
Unlucky not to get that extra goal you were after in stoppage time.

Offline OldLarsy

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« 2009-Feb-28, 10:17 PM Reply #10 »
Backed Everton to win both halves v West Brom @ 3.55  :whip:

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« 2009-Feb-28, 11:24 PM Reply #11 »
Backed Everton to win both halves v West Brom @ 3.55  :whip:

1-0 with 8 min left first half  :whip:

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« 2009-Mar-01, 12:17 AM Reply #12 »
Backed Everton to win both halves v West Brom @ 3.55  :whip:
1-0 with 8 min left first half  :whip:

OK here we go, leading 2-0 with a goal in each half. Go the clean sheet

Offline OldLarsy

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« 2009-Mar-01, 12:34 AM Reply #13 »
West Brom hit the bar in the 88th  :sweat:
Nearly stoppage time

phew  :sweat: :sweat:

Pure night in the other games
15@5.90 Middlesborough v Liverpool   emthup
25 @ 4.50 the draw Arsenal v Fulham   emthup
30@3.10 Chelsea to win both halves, 1st 1-0 2nd 1-1  emthdown
60@1.98 Chelsea H/F   emthup
« Last Edit: 2009-Mar-01, 05:25 AM by OldLarsy »

Offline OldLarsy

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« 2009-Mar-04, 11:07 PM Reply #14 »
I thought West Ham are overs @ 3.70 v Wigan tomorrow morning.
They were great against Man City the other night and although they're away, they should win this.

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« 2009-Mar-05, 06:52 AM Reply #15 »
Not happy Jan, leading 1-0 half time but their main man Carlton Cole was red carded after 2 yellows prior to half time and it was very very harsh.

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« 2009-Mar-05, 07:36 AM Reply #16 »
Into stoppage time, I can feel a Wigan goal

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« 2009-Mar-05, 07:43 AM Reply #17 »
I thought West Ham are overs @ 3.70 v Wigan tomorrow morning.
They were great against Man City the other night and although they're away, they should win this.

Brilliant defensive effort with only 10 men for the last 55 minutes to win 1-0  :sweat:
Hope everyone got rich courtesy of a free tip   :biggrin:

Offline OldLarsy

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« 2009-Mar-14, 10:33 PM Reply #18 »
Backed Liverpool @ $5 to topple Man U
Whenever Torres and Gerrard are in the side they have to backed at those odds.

Offline OldLarsy

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« 2009-Mar-14, 11:37 PM Reply #19 »
Backed Liverpool @ $5 to topple Man U
Whenever Torres and Gerrard are in the side they have to backed at those odds.

And Liverpool lead 2-1 at half time courtesy of goals to Torres and Gerrard    :biggrin:  

And Man U's to Ronaldo, nice treble

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« 2009-Mar-14, 11:40 PM Reply #20 »
Torres and Gerard were also unreal against Real Madrid midweek.

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« 2009-Mar-15, 12:21 AM Reply #21 »
Can't handle it, I like green everywhere

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So they go 3-1 2 min after I lay off, typical  :tears:

If I held back for 2 min I could have laid off for 1k @ 1.02  :mad:

And another goal, 4-1

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Offline Nick Rivers

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« 2009-Mar-22, 01:05 PM Reply #22 »
Come on you Spurs!  Having just beaten our bogey team (sorry B&T), we could well be on our way to seventh and UEFA - especially considering we've got WBA, Hammers, Newcastle and ManC all at home still.  Just goes to show what a crazy season it's been after the start we had.

Offline BillandTony

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« 2009-Mar-23, 10:52 AM Reply #23 »
Losing to Tottenham is never, ever a good day. Seeing ManU also slip up and then watch our boys desperately try and get a goal in the last 20mins hurts even more.

Attack from the first whistle, and Guus please drop Ballack, he is just a bystander in nearly every game.

Offline OldLarsy

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« 2009-Mar-23, 11:08 AM Reply #24 »
and Guus please drop Ballack, he is just a bystander in nearly every game.

Whenever I have watched Chelsea play, this bloke never impresses me, I was thinking it was only me that thought he was overrated   :lol:


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